Author Archives John Alessi

Uploading email lists can be challenging, but we have just made it much easier with our newly revamped list upload tools.

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Welcome to Your Gallery Now it’s easier than ever to incorporate images in your email content thanks to the new image management features in the SocketLabs Email Designer. Effortlessly upload images to your gallery then insert them into your email content with a simple click. Since SocketLabs hosts the images for you, there is nothing further […]

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Our Gift to Software Developers, Marketers & Designers SocketLabs API Templates allow software developers to programmatically send email content which is easily created in our new email designer. By separating the email content and design from the code, marketers and designers have full visibility into and control of the email content, design, and branding. Furthermore, […]

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Draggable, Droppable, Unstoppable It’s been a while since we released the first version of our email newsletter design feature back in 2014. Although it was a good first effort, it never really lived up to the vision that we had for creating email content. I am happy to announce that we have released an all […]

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Thank you to all of our customers, fans and partners for making 2014 our best year ever! We started 2014 by moving our entire company into new and improved offices, custom designed for efficiency, collaboration and creativity. Part of that design included an integrated NOC (Network Operations Center) as the heart of our infrastructure health […]

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We all make New Year’s resolutions. Why not make a resolution to improve your email results in 2015? By making some simple changes and updates you can see better results from your email campaigns in 2015. Follow these 5 simple recommendations and see your results take off! 1. Clean Your List The New Year is […]

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The Canadian Anti-Spam Law (CASL) took effect on July 1, 2014 and has broad application to businesses both in Canada and outside of Canada, especially for senders of commercial email. Even if you are located outside of Canada (such as in the United States) this law may still affect you, and carries stiff penalties — […]

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As you may be aware, a serious bug in the OpenSSL library was recently discovered (CVE-2014-0160). The OpenSSL library handles SSL encryption for the majority of sites on the Internet. We conducted a prompt investigation on April 8th, 2014 and found only one vulnerable machine which was immediately mitigated. As an added precautionary measure, we […]

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I want to thank all of our customers, partners and fans for a great 2013, and to wish you all a very happy and successful new year! We accomplished quite a bit in 2013.  I can’t list everything, but I would like to share some of the highlights.  A word of warning first. This is […]

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Many of today’s scanners allow you to scan directly to email without having a computer attached to the scanner. This is great news for offices that need to scan and email documents without having to have a computer attached. In order to send an email this way, your scanner will usually need to connect to […]

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